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Initial contact crucial to college ministry

In just under a month students will be flooding back to our universities and colleges across Arkansas as they begin a new semester or start their college journey. Baptist Collegiate Ministry (BCM) leaders across our state have worked over the summer to ensure that many of these students, especially our freshmen, have received an individual contact from us as directors, or from one of our student leaders. Why is it so important for us to make these contacts with these freshmen?
July 26, 2022
College + Young Leaders

Transformation Comes From the Holy Spirit

I’ve seen the look time after time again. After another conversation with a student about their— per their confession—unsatisfactory...

July 13, 2022
Missions

Missionary Kid Turned Journeyman Remains Steadfast to Task After Death of Mother

In March 2020, Sophia Roberts* was scheduled to fly to Southeast Asia to begin her term with the International Mission Board’s (IMB)...

July 5, 2022
College + Young Leaders

Good summers make great falls

Summer is in full force. Camps are going strong, days at the lake are relaxing, trips to the beach with friends and just around the corner...

June 29, 2022
College + Young Leaders

Raising up a generation that goes

Over the course of an average college career, a student will have 16 breaks that can be used to serve in mission opportunities. When used strategically, these opportunities can be tied together to create a pipeline that offers further mobilization opportunities.
June 24, 2022
College + Young Leaders

5 Key strategies to engage internationals around you

Arkansas is quickly becoming home for more and more internationals. The nations are no longer in a difficult geographical location to reach, they are on our college campuses, in our neighborhoods, at our jobs, and in our churches. We can no longer make ‘distance’ our excuse for not reaching them. As Paul said, “I am obligated to both Jews and Greeks.”
June 23, 2022
College + Young Leaders

Helping students remain connected after graduation

High school seniors need help navigating the multitude of changes headed their way. They will soon enter the work force, take a gap year, or continue their education through a trade school, community college or four-year university. They probably feel a mixture of excitement and anxiety about the transitions ahead. Unfortunately, while pursuing these future endeavors, even many of the students who have experienced a strong connection to their local church will struggle to keep that in the next stage of life. However, you can help improve their chances for continued intimacy with the church or their chances of getting connected to a church for the first time.
June 22, 2022
Missions

3 Responses to Gospel Rejection

WHAT’S YOUR RESPONSE WHEN FRIENDS AREN’T READY TO CHOOSE JESUS? ...

May 31, 2022
Missions

World Refugee Day

Leviticus 19:33-34 says, “When a foreigner resides among you in your land, do not mistreat them. The foreigner residing among you must...

May 25, 2022

Cooperative Program

What is the Cooperative Program?
May 11, 2022
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